The Charles Adams Studio Project hosted CASPFEST Saturday, a celebration of the arts in Lubbock.

CASPFEST included a national juried exhibition, which featured 36 artists nationwide. Lubbock musicians also performed.

Chad Plunket, director of CASP, says hosting this event engages the community through art.

"We haven't had art on the walls in here since March, since we got shut down," Plunket said. "This is our first event to have art back up, artists in Lubbock have continued to make art but this is our first chance to kinda engage the public and let people see what we've been up to."

The national juried exhibition will be on display through November 20.

Learn more about the Charles Adams Studio Project on its Facebook page

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